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# SAT scores, I Th e average performance of females on the

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Problem 3.35

SAT scores, I Th e average performance of females on the SAT, especially the Math section, is lower than that of males. Th e reasons for this gender gap are controversial. In 2007, female scores on the SAT Math test followed a Normal distribution with mean 500 and standard deviation 111. Male scores had a mean of 533 and a standard deviation of 118. What percent of females scored higher than the male mean? Show your work.

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